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May 2012 – Landmarks Committee
May 14, 2012 @ 6:30 pm EDT
- 11 East 77th Street (between Fifth and Madison Avenues) – Upper East Side Historic District – Ms. Ann Krsul, Architect – A rowhouse with neo-Grec style elements, designed by Robert Hanby and built in 1879, and altered in 1936 by Morris B. Sanders. Application is to demolish a rear yard extension and construct a rear yard addition.
- 825 Fifth Avenue (between 63rd and 64th Streets) – Upper East Side Historic District – Ms. Erica Steinmann, Architect - A neo-Classical style apartment building designed by J.E.R. Carpenter and built in 1926. Application is to reconstruct balconies and railings.
- 127 East 69th Street (between Park and Lexington Avenues) – Upper East Side Historic District – March Chadwick, Architect – A townhouse originally built in 1872-1873 and altered in the Adamesque style by S. Edson Gage in 1919. Application is to construct a rear addition.
- 19 East 71st Street (@ Madison Avenue) – Upper East Side Historic District – Bradley L. Zizmor, Architect – A Queen Anne style residence built in 1889-90 by Thom & Wilson and altered in 1937 by Joseph Furman. Application is to install lighting, a signage plaque, and an awning.
- 171 East 73rd Street (between Lexington and Third Avenues) – 171 East 73rd Street Building - Individual Landmark - Michael Ingui, Architect - An Italianate style rowhouse built in 1860 and altered in 1924 by Electus D. Litchfield. Application is to demolish a rear extension, construct additions, and alter the ground floor and areaway.
- 120 East 64th Street (between Park and Lexington Avenues) - Upper East Side Historic District - Cas Stachelberg, Architect - A rowhouse originally designed by D. & J. Jardine, built in 1870-77, and altered by Simeon B. Eisendrath in 1931. Application is to construct a rear yard addition.
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- 63 East 92nd Street (between Madison and Park Avenues) – Expanded Carnegie Hill Historic District - Brendan Coburn, Architect – A rowhouse built in 1886 and altered in the neo-Colonial style by Edward Webber in 1928. Application is to construct rooftop and rear yard additions and alter front and rear facades (revisions).
David Helpern and David G. Liston, Co-Chairs